|Violinist Silver Photograph|
Slightly smaller than 4 x 2-1/2 on a cream colored mount. Features a young man in a suit and tie holding his violin and bow.
|Two Mensa Members News Service Photos|
Two images of young boys, each photo measuring 7-1/2 x 10 and with captions attached by Sonnee Gottlieb of INP. Circa 1943. Mensa International is an organization for people with high IQs. Its sole requirement for entry is that potential members must...
|General George C. Marshall Silver Photograph|
Image measuring 7-1/2 x 10 of the famous general at a meeting Rio De Janeiro. Circa 1942 news service photograph. George C. Marshall (1880-1959), Military Leader, World War II Figure and Political Figure, was best known as World War II-era U.S. Gener...
|Football Team Silver Photograph|
Group of sixteen football players all lined up in front of what is most probably their main educational building. Each player is wearing the full football uniform, including shoulder pads and cleats. The manager, in a suit and tie, stands to the fa...
|Japanese Real Photo Postcard|
Image of an American man riding in a rickshaw being pulled by a Japanese man. He has sergeant stripes on his uniform; obviously a military man. Back of postcard has note in period hand to his sister. Circa 1910.
|Stained Glass Craftsmanship Silver Photographs|
Set of seven silver photographs showing the craft of stained glass windows. News story photos measuring 7-1/2 x 10, each with caption and also accompanied by a news story by Same Shere of INP. Circa 1943.
|Bennett Hill, Indy 500 Racer Silver Photograph|
8 x 10 photograph of Bennett Hill in his roadster; titled in the negative 'Bennet Hill / The Diminutive Pace Maker of the / Miller Stables Driving a Miller Special / 500 Mile Race Indianapolis Motor Speedway, May 31, 1926'. With Frank Jones of Indian...
|Autographed Gregory Abbott Silver Photograph|
8 x 10 silver photograph signed by thee musician. Gregory Abbott (April, 1954 in New York) is an American soul-musician (keys and drums), singer, composer and producer. Abbott's parents came from Venezuela and Antigua. His mother gave him a first mu...
|Grocery Store Picnic Silver Photograph|
5 x7 silver photograph of a group of men standing on a Ford Truck, inscribed 'J.I. Lamb Co. Wholesale Fruit'. Located in a field, most likely for a company picnic. Circa 1915.
|Amphibian Angels - Silver Photographs of Nurses|
Group of a dozen silver photographs of nurses training to assist the U.S. Navy and Army. They are undergoing rigorous water training. Circa 1944 images each measuring 7-1/2 x 10 with captions and news service story. By Tony Sarno.
|Armed World War I Soldier|
Nearly 4 x 6 photograph on a larger gray mount of a U.S. Army soldier standing in front of a backdrop. He has his uniform on and holds his company issued rifle.
|Autographed Shecky Greene Photograph|
8 x 10 signed silver photograph of the comedian. Born Sheldon Greenfield in 1926 in Chicago, IL, the veteran nightclub comedian Shecky Greene is more of a storyteller than a dispenser of one-liners, and this fact might be the secret behind his durab...
|African Safari Silver Photograph|
African Safari 4-1/2' by 6 1/2' silver image, gold toned, of an African safari c. 1910. The image focuses on a camel with its pack shown with the safari attendants. Mounted on a larger grey mount.
|Railroad Conductor Silver Photograph|
Image of a either a street car or rail road conductor in full uniform. Measures 2-1/2 x 7.
|Recreation Boat at Dock Photograph|
Silver image measuring 4-3/4 x 3-3/4 of small house boat at dock. With a group of young men sitting on the edge of the dock. On a slightly larger black mount.
|Baseball Team Silver Photograph|
Image of a baseball team complete with balls, baseball bats adn gloves in hand! Each player is wearing a uniform embroidered with 'B H Sullivan' on the chest along with matching baseball caps. The manager, in a white shirt along with two small chil...
|Seminole Indians Help During World War II|
Group of seven news service photos of Florida's Seminole Indians helping the war effort during World War II. Each measures 7-1/2 x 10 complete with news captions and news story by S.S. Bennekceons of INP. Until this instance, they have been technic...
|Fairmount Park Race Track Photo|
Image of the owner, trainer and jockey of the horse that ran in the 'John H. Craig Race'. Image was taken at Farimount Park in Collinsville, IL - a suburb of St. Louis, MO. Circa September 1944. Aproximately 8' x 10' on a larger tan mount.
|Street Car Conductor Silver Photograph|
Image of a street car conductor in full uniform. Measures 2-1/2 x 5-1/2 on a trimmed gray mount. Identified in period hand mount verso.
|Milwaukee Electric Company Photograph|
Silver photograph measuring 8 x 10 of the interior of the Milwaukee Power Company. This lobby picture shows the payment windows. Circa 1915.
|Girls Orchestra Silver Photograph|
Excellent horizontal silver image of a group of young ladies, all part of a band, featuring a variety of instruments. The leader or conductor possibly is a man of the collar. Possibly a parochial school band. Printed on high quality photographic pape...
|Chicken Dinner Candy Sign on Store|
Nice image of a drug store with a prominent Chicken Dinner Candy sign on the side of the building. Silver photograph measures 8 x 10.
|Credit Bureau Office Photograph|
Silver image measuring 8 x 10 of the Milwaukee Association of Commerce Credit Bureau offices.
|Silver Photograph of Woodsman of America|
5 x 7 silver photograph of a group of woodsmen from the same lodge - Woodsman of America, some holding their trusty axes. Identified in period hand mount verso as the 'Woodchoppers Convention #12, Grayling, Wis.' Circa 1910 on a larger black mount.
|Masquerade Theatrical Silver Photograph|
8 x 10 stage scene silver print of the production of 'Masquerade'. Identified verso 'Masquerade / A Publix Theatres Production / Devised and Staged / by / Carlton Winckler'.
These shows were used as fillers between movie showings, mostly. Pu...
|Aerial View of Farm, Belleville, Kansas|
8 x 10 silver photograph showing a farm in Belleville, Kansas. Circa 1964 silver image.
|Vaudeville Duo Chapman and Snyder|
Autographed 8 x 10 image of vaudeville-era dancing couple Chapman and Snyder. Circa 1915.
|Railroad Conductor Silver Photograph|
Image of a either a street car or rail road conductor in full uniform. Measures 2 x 5-1/4. On a black mount; circa 1910.
|American Garage and Motor Company Exterior|
Silver photograph featuring the exterior of the American Garage and Motor Company. The image measures 7-1/2 x 9-1/2 and shows the storefront of the automobile dealer. On a large black mount. Excellent condition. Circa 1915.
|Dave Lewis, Indy 500 Racer Silver Photograph|
8 x 10 photograph of Dave Lewis in his roadster; titled in the negative 'Second in 1925 Race In a Frontwheel Drive Miller 500 Mile Race Indianapolis Motor Speedway, May 31, 1926'. With Frank Jones of Indianapolis photographic logo in the negative.
|Silver Photograph of Bremerton Washington|
6 x 8 silver photograph titled in the negative as 'Schaffer Block Bremerton Wash'. Circa 1900 silver image of the Bremerton Furniture and Outfitting Company. Some mount damage not affecting image.
Bremerton (brĕm'ərtən) , cit...
|Animal Silver Photographs|
Group of four silver images featuring offbeat stories involving animals. Each complete with news service caption. Story lines include a fish living in a milk bottle, dog staying deceased master, baby chimp dressed up for screen test, ducks playing wi...
|Michigan Street Boardroom|
8 x 10 silver photograph of a boardroom located inside the American Appraisal Company, 105 Michigan Steet, in the St. Charles Hotel in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Circa 1915.
|Horse, Buggy, Dog and Child Photograph|
Image slightly smaller than 4 x 5 of a man standing next to a horse and buggy. Sitting in the carriage is a small girl and her dog. Circa 1910 silver print on a larger brown mount.
|Journalist Eric Sevareid Silver Photographs|
Two images each measuring 8 x 10 of famous 20th century broadcast journalist Eric Sevareid. Joining CBS Radio as a protege of noted journalist Edward R. Morrow, Eric Sevareid (1912-1992) was the last U.S. correspondent to broadcast from Paris, Franc...
|Japanese Soldier Photograph|
Silver image measuring approximately 3 x 5 of a Japanese soldier smoking a cigarette in the field. Contained in the original foldout mount. Circa 1925.
|Onion Cultivators Photograph|
Circa 1906 of two men cultivating onions. Identified in period hand mount recto.
|Bank Before and After Tornado|
Silver photograph on a cream colored mount the inside of the The Commercial Bank of Gibson after a tornado. Image is taken from outside into a window. Identified mount recto and includes a canceled check from the bank. Photo measures 4-5/8 x 3-5/8. W...
|Fraternal Silver Photograph|
Slightly larger than a cabinet card, this silver photograph on a black mount shows a sitting lodge or fraternal member. He has a sword and is adorned with several medals.
|Jewelry Shop Silver Photograph|
5 x 7 silver print on a larger two-tone brown mount. Features the interior of a jewelry store with the proprietor standing behind the glass counter. South Bend, Indiana photograph.
|Train Wreck Photographs|
Three silver images of train wreck. Two measuring 3-1/4 x 3-1/4 on larger gray mount. One measures 3-3/4 x 4-3/4. All show close ups of a train wreck. Two identified in period hand mount verso as being located in Haverhill, New Hampshire.
6-1/2 x 8-1/2 silver image of a bride and groom along with the best man, maid of honor, flower girl and ring bearer. Circa 1922.
|Grocery Store Interior Photograph|
Silver photo of the interior of a small grocery store. Measures 5 x 7 on a larger black mount; circa 1920.
|Street Cleaning Machine Photo|
Circa 1915 silver photograph measuring 3-3/8 x 5-3/4 on a larger black mount. The image features several man driving a street cleaner in action while two men walk along and the several others on a horse drawn carriage.
|Boxer Max Schmeling Silver Photographs|
Group of four 8 x 10 news service photographs, taken during a new conference after his victory over Joe Louis in 1936. Schmeling is best known as the German heavyweight-boxing champion who in 1936 gave Joe Louis his first-ever defeat. The 1938 remat...
|General Store Interior Photograph|
Silver image of three adults standing in their general store. Appears they sell mostly groceries, with some smoking supplies and linens. Circa 1920 image on a larger gray mount. Photograph measures 8-1/2 x 6-1/2 and also has four smaller silver photo...
|Blacksmiths Silver Photograph|
Excellent image of three blacksmiths inside their shop. Several anvils are front and center and they hold their tools of the trade. On the floor in front of each anvil are large piles of horseshoes. Excellent occupational of a bygone vocation. 6 x ...
|Women's Occupational - Clothing Store Workers|
Large group of female employees of a clothing store stand throughout the store with the owner on the left. The store sells a variety of itmes including shirts, umbrellas, pants, collars, etc. 6 x 8 silver photograph on a larger gray mount. Circa 191...
|Group of Childrens War Toys for Christmas - WW II|
International News Service photos, with captions and news story on various toys for children focusing on World War II. Eleven images 7-1/2 x 10 of children with toys. News story by Sam Goldstein; circa 1943.
|Autographed Mickey Rooney Photograph|
8 x 10 promotional photograph for the movie 'Thunder County', starring Rooney along with Ted Cassidy. Circa 1974.
Born into an acting family, young Joe Yule Jr. made his debut on the stage at the age of only 15 months. Later, he changed his...